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I just downloaded PSP 9 update patch and the patch will not open/install. What do I do?

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  • sandygwynn0 Dec 02, 2008

    I have win zip and the download doesn't have the .zip file designation. I have been using PSP since #2 (in the mid-90's) and love all the products. I was looking for new art.
    Thanks for the assistance.
    Sandy Gwynn


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Well depending on what kind of file i suppose you don't have the program to open it. you need win zip probably. Its probably a zip file.
download it here use version 10.0

http://www.oldversion.com/program.php?n=winzip
there is only one other type of file and its not used very often and its a rar. file .try this and let me know
God Bless Greg

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